EASY TUITION CREDIT WITH THE WORK STUDY PROGRAMS
Open to 10th -12th grade students only. Students are needed to clean inside the school and the outside grounds at CDH. Inside duties include cleaning classrooms and other school facilities, painting, organizing materials, etc. Outside duties include garden and field maintenance, painting and general buidling cleaning. This program is 3 weeks long, Monday-Friday from 8:00a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Several sessions are offered throughout the summer. If you are interested in the summer work study, please fill out the work study form and return it to the Main Office. If you have questions, please e-mail Jim O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org or Andrew Lecker at email@example.com. Priority will be given to students with financial need.
SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAM
CLASSROOM PROGRAM: Students are needed to clean classrooms before and after school. Time required is about 15 minutes per day. Duties include cleaning the boards and chalk trays, emptying pencil sharpeners and trash cans. Students earn $7.00/hr in tuition credit. Openings may be available throughout the year, so if extra-curricular activities make it difficult to work now, students can check back later in the school year to schedule a time.
LUNCHROOM DUTY: Students are given time to eat lunch. Work begins when the bell rings in the cafeteria and is completed by the end of their lunch period. This allows the students to get to their class on time.
MAINTAINENCE PROGRAM: This program is limited to about twelve students. Students are needed to assist the maintenance staff. These are positions of greater responsibility than the traditional work-study program. Students must be able to work independently without constant supervision. We expect greater reliability and have higher standards when hiring for these positions. Preference is given to students who have previously participated in the work-study program. Students earn $7.00/hr in tuition credit and work one hour per day, two to five days per week. At the end of each trimester, bonuses may be awarded to students who have been reliable, diligent workers. The bonus is in the form of tuition credit; the amount is based on the quality and reliability of the student’s work.
Work assignments will be distributed to students the 2nd week of school.